Open Access, Open Data und Open Science als wesentliche Pfeiler einer (nachhaltig) erfolgreichen digitalen Transformation der Kulturerbeeinrichtungen und des Kulturbetriebes

From Google’s English: Abstract:  The cultural sector is the same as any other social Areas affected by digital transformation and needs to reorganize itself to keep up with the rapid developments digital technologies and their interconnectedness. The special with regard to the cultural area exists in that the target audience is very heterogeneous, whereas digital offers due to their specific needs only meet fewer users. Do not want cultural heritage facilities lose touch with the general public that they give to the audience cultural policy claim to ensure the data underlying the digital offers and Infrastructures can be designed to be accessible at any time which address one as well as the other audience layer, with In other words, they have to meet heterogeneous needs can. If cultural heritage institutions fail to the exclusionary effects that contradict their social mission in the digital space, that will be Potential for Enabling Cultural Participation in Large Parts remain undeveloped, even if they are in constant competition for ever newer and more attractive digital offers maybe can exist (cutting edge). Prerequisite for the sustainable digital opening of the cultural sector is that this, without having to reinvent oneself, it starts to think digitally and the principles of Open Access, Open Data and Open Science integrated into the cultural business.